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The same House Bank for several currency


Hi Experts,

I have a doubt. I'm implementing the FBZP transaction (the House Bank step), I have only a House Bank and only Bank Key, can I create several Account ID but with several currencies? Is this procedure correct or not?

My doubt is born becouse when I have created the file for the Bank, I have found only a file (FDTA transaction) in EUR, but into the file I have found different items with several currencies. I would like to have several files for each currency.

Could you explain to me if my procedure is correct or not?

Thanks in advance

Kind regards

Giampaolo

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    Posted on Feb 10, 2014 at 10:23 AM

    Hi,

    After checking the file description in French from CFONB, it looks correct.

    http://www.cfonb.org/fichiers/20130612091421_3_8_VIREMENT_Remises_informatisees_d_ordres_de_paiement_international_320C_…

    For item "08" (page 15)

    Position 235 = currency of the bank account

    Position 254 = Arithmetic total of details records

    The only way to know for sure is to submit the file to your bank for testing.

    Regards

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2014 at 03:36 PM

    Hi Giampaolo,

    You can create several account Id with several currencies.

    Thanks,

    Kumar

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      Hi Kumar,

      than, I'don't see very well your picture. I have only a bank account number, but if I understand well I can insert different Account ID with the same bank account number.

      Is it correct?

      Thanks

      Regards

      Giampaolo

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    Posted on Feb 10, 2014 at 08:42 AM

    Hi,

    I think it is possible if you create one variant per currency in IMG activity :

    Financial accounting (New) --> Accounts receivable and account payables --> Business transaction --> Outgoing payments --> Automatic Outgoing payments --> Payment media --> Make settings for payment medium formats from Payment medium Workbench --> Create/Assign selection Variants

    For the payment medium format FR_ETEBAC_VRT-ETR and your company code/house bank, create as many variants as necessary (use Define further variants icon), using the dynamic selections to choose the currency (i.e. variant for GBP file) :

    If required, you can specify a different file name for each currency.

    Test it, but it should match your requirements.

    If you have only one bank statement, don't create different bank accounts.


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    • Former Member

      Hi Florent,

      I have tested this solution, and now I see in the trasaction code FDTA two files with the same bank account.

      When I see the file txt, in the item "08", the currency EUR and the amount USD (for example), is it normal?

      Thanks a lot

      Regards

      Giampaolo

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    Posted on Feb 10, 2014 at 07:06 AM

    Hi,

    Do you receive different bank statements for the account(s) or only one ?

    If you are receiving only bank statement (which is standard practice in Europe), I suggest you to check the settings of your payment method/PMW format.

    Which country/payment method is it and which printing program are you using ?

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    • Former Member

      Hi Florent,

      thanks for your reply.

      I will receive only one bank statement. I'm using the format FR_ETEBAC_VRT-ETR for transfer with different currency EURO.

      Could you suggest a possible solution?

      Thanks in advance

      Regards

      Giampaolo

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